Variants of the shoulder side impact syndrome: the posterior sternoclavicular dislocation.


Side impact syndrome of the shoulder is rare and usually associated with concomitant mid-shaft clavicle, rib and scapular fractures. Visceral complications involve pleural cavity and/or lung injuries. The authors report two rare instances of posterior sternoclavicular dislocations with this entity. This association is rare and diagnosis can be overlooked in… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.otsr.2010.06.005


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